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BC-50187-04Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsIndiana Humanities CouncilWe the People Leadership and Education Programs7/1/2004 - 10/31/2005$72,240.00ScottT.Massey   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2004U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership62240100006224010000

A public forum entitled "We the People: Founders and Founding Ideals of Indiana and the Northwest Territories" and an educational workshop for teachers and scholars to develop a "We the People" electronic historical resources toolkit.

The Indiana Humanities Council proposes two "We the People" projects. The first is a public forum in the 2004 Indiana Leadership Summit, entitled “We the People: Founders and Founding Ideals of Indiana and the Northwest Territories.” Through this presentation, the Council will inform a group of leaders from across Indiana about founding leaders and their ideals. Second, the Council will sponsor an educational workshop for K-12 teachers and university scholars to develop "We the People" historical resources and electronic toolkits for the IHC Smart Desktop.

BC-50240-05Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsIndiana Humanities CouncilWe the People Leadership and Education Programs7/1/2005 - 10/31/2006$81,050.00Keira Amstutz   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2005U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership66050150006605015000

To support a teacher institute focused on curriculum resources for U.S. history from the founding period to the end of Reconstruction, and reading and discussion seminars on American founding principles for leaders in business, government, education, and nonprofit sectors.

The Indiana Humanities Council proposes two "We the People" projects. The first is a series of readings and seminars on founding documents and principles of the America that builds on the program offered last year at the 2004 Indiana Leadership Summit. Second, the Council will sponsor an educational workshop for middle and high school teachers and university scholars to develop "We the People" historical resources and electronic toolkits for IHC's Resource Connection.

BC-50298-06Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsIndiana Humanities CouncilWe the People Leadership and Education Programs 20067/1/2006 - 10/31/2007$113,530.00Keira Amstutz   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2006U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership98530150009853015000

To support a series of readings and seminars on America's founding documents and principles to be offered in various locations throughout Indiana, and to support interactive resources for elementary and secondary students with a special focus on Abraham Lincoln and the early years of national expansion.

The Indiana Humanities Council proposes two “We the People” projects. The first continues a series of readings and seminars on founding documents and principles of America, offered in venues around Indiana in conjunction with the council’s leadership program. Additionally, the Council will develop interactive resources for elementary and secondary students, with a special focus on Abraham Lincoln and the early years of national expansion.

BC-50362-07Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsIndiana Humanities CouncilWe the People Leadership and Education Programs 2007-20087/1/2007 - 10/31/2008$113,530.00NancyN.Conner   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2007U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership1035301000010353010000

To support a series of conversations on topics in American history and culture in order to strengthen civic engagement in Indiana, and to create web-based packets of resources for teachers that correspond to each of four high school history standards on the topics of the Development of the Industrial United States, the Emergence of the Modern United States, the Modern United States in Prosperity and Depression, and the United States and World War II.

The Indiana Humanities Council proposes two “We the People” projects. The first will engage Hoosiers in civic dialogue in conjunction with the council’s leadership program. The second will be aimed at developing electronic toolkits and evaluating the council’s collection of teaching and learning resources, with a focus on twentieth-century American history.

BC-50411-08Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsIndiana Humanities CouncilWe the People Programs 2008-20097/1/2008 - 10/31/2010$130,450.00NancyN.Conner   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2008U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership1129501750011295017500

Programs focused on the themes of immigration and citizenship including a public conference, a reading and discussion program in libraries, a conference for K-12 teachers, online resources for teachers, and programming related to Picturing America.

The Indiana Humanities Council will sponsor We the People programs in 2008-2009 around the themes of immigration and citizenship. A public conference in fall 2008, a reading and discussion program, and a look back at Indiana's ethnic heritage will focus on immigration. The citizenship theme will be explored through a catalog of learning resources on post-war U.S. history, a teachers' conference, and a project using the "Picturing America" collection.

BC-50466-09Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsIndiana Humanities CouncilWe the People Programs 2009-20107/1/2009 - 10/31/2010$130,450.00Keira Amstutz   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2009U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership1204501000012045010000

The development of the regional forum, "Dynamic Indiana," an online marketplace of ideas on the humanities in Indiana; and programs developed as part of the new statewide initiative, "Food for Thought."

The Indiana Humanities Council will sponsor We the People programs in 2009-2010 that engage Hoosiers in serious thought and conversation about the state of America and our communities today, as illuminated by regional and national history. The project will have three components: a theme program on "Food for Thought," civic discussions organized as regional forums, and a digital platform to showcase American history and cultural programs in colleges, universities, and public humanities institutions.

BC-50524-10Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsIndiana Humanities CouncilWe the People Programs 2010-20117/1/2010 - 10/31/2011$130,450.00Keira Amstutz   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2010U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership13045001304500

To support the second year of "Food for Thought," including a traveling exhibition, reading and discussion programs, resources for K-12 teachers, and public programs; a series of civic discussions and regional forums bringing humanities perspectives to conversations about government reform, sustainability, and community development; and digital resources to encourage conversations and commentary on topics in American history and culture.

The Indiana Humanities Council will sponsor We the People programs in 2010-2011 that bring Hoosiers together for dialogue and exploration of national, regional, and community history and culture. The project will be comprised of three components: the second year of a theme program on "Food for Thought", civic discussions in regional forums and citywide conversations, and a digital platform to showcase American history and cultural programs in colleges, universities, and public humanities institutions.

EC-10292-76Education Programs: Education Consultant GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilConsultant Grant1/1/1977 - 12/31/1977$2,187.00James Blevins   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1976Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralEducation Consultant GrantsEducation Programs2187021870

To investigate ways of organizing programs and developing faculty to best serve students enrolled in both general education and major programs.

FB-31166-94Research Programs: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsBarbara L. DonaganWar in England, 1642-49: Codes, Conditions, and Conduct5/1/1994 - 4/30/1995$30,000.00BarbaraL.Donagan   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1994British HistoryFellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsResearch Programs300000230900

No project description available

GW-255974-17Public Programs: Community ConversationsIndiana Humanities CouncilOne State/One Story: Frankenstein8/1/2017 - 3/31/2019$300,000.00LeahK.Nahmias   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2017British LiteratureCommunity ConversationsPublic Programs30000003000000

Implementation of a state-wide, multiformat program that uses the novel Frankenstein to discuss the impacts of scientific and technological change on human life and society.

Indiana Humanities’ One State/One Story: Frankenstein is grand in scale, outside the box, and sure to ignite conversations across the Hoosier State. We propose an ambitious statewide slate of 10 distinct yet complementary program formats, each using Mary Shelley’s seminal novel, which turns 200 in 2018, as the jumping off point for meaningful discussions among ordinary Hoosiers about the ways scientific and technological changes are (re)shaping our lives and communities. Among the programs this proposal will fund are 100 community reads, a humanities scholars speakers bureau, a sci-fi and horror festival for teens, a nationally distributed ethics podcast, a unique kick-off readathon and festival, an in-depth weekend retreat for adults, and campus read grants for 11 Indiana colleges and universities to coordinate campus and community programs. One State/One Story: Frankenstein is conceived as a signature program of Indiana Humanities’ two-year Quantum Leap initiative.

PA-23842-01Preservation and Access: Preservation/Access ProjectsIndiana Humanities CouncilAn Online Encyclopedia for the State of Indiana: Planning5/1/2001 - 8/31/2002$50,000.00RobertS.Kaspar   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2001U.S. Regional StudiesPreservation/Access ProjectsPreservation and Access500000500000

Planning for an online encyclopedia for the state.

SO-*0046-77Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilIndiana State Program in the Humanities1/1/1977 - 7/15/1979$733,967.93Kenneth R.R.Gros Louis   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1976Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership722864.9311103722864.9311103

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

To support public programs, through regrants to institutions and organizations, which relate the humanities to issues of public policy in Indiana. The committee intends to focus development on projects using topics which could be repeated in several sections of the state and on those which give special attention to remote locations, on innovative presentation and on summer programs.

SO-*0613-78Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilAdministrative Grant1/1/1979 - 9/30/1980$2,555.00Alan Shusterman   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1977Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership2555025540

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-*0823-78Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilIndiana State Program in the Humanities7/1/1978 - 1/31/1982$1,005,421.13Kenneth R.R.Gros Louis   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1978Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership815400190021.13807111186271.13

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-*1216-80Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program7/1/1980 - 10/31/1984$1,612,633.00BeverleyJ.Pitts   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1982Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership12156333970001124028.85338729.01

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-082378-79Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilProposal for a Sixth Grant Cycle7/1/1978 - 6/30/1980$454,922.67Nani Ranken   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1979Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership41460040322.6741460040322.67

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-10097Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState-Based Humanities Programs12/1/1971 - 6/30/1972$11,409.00Mark Cooper   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1972Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership114090114090

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

To design a thematic program in Indiana involving practicing humanists which will encourage state-wide public education activities in the humanities; to identify local sponsors and financial resources for the program through the state.

SO-10173-72Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilRole of Government in Family: State-based Public Program in Humanities9/1/1972 - 8/31/1973$130,343.00MarvinE.Hartig   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1972Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership13034301303430

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

To implement the Indiana state-based program in the humanities, "The Role of Government in the Family." Using the disciplines of the humanities, the committee intendes to examine, in a program of regranting funds to local groups, aspects of confused or disputed authority or responsibility between government and the family. Specific areas of concern include care for the aged, education, population control, welfare and the environment.

SO-10281-74Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilIndiana Communities in Transition: The Human Side of Policy Choices9/1/1974 - 6/30/1975$360,334.00MarvinE.Hartig   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1974Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership35516751673551675167

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

To support public programs, through regrants to institutions and organizations, which relate the humanities and humanists to issues of broad public interest in Indiana. During this third year the Committee will favor projects which stress the emergence of institutions, ethnic patterns, cultural life, and the social order in Indiana since the Revolutionary Era.

SO-10839-73Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilIndiana Communities in Transition9/1/1973 - 6/30/1974$242,226.00MarvinE.Hartig   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1973Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership24222602422260

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20212-82Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1982 - 10/31/1986$1,434,000.00Diana Leslie   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1982Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership894000540000720000415000

To support local, statewide, regional humanities projects for the general public.

SO-20486-85Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1984 - 10/31/1988$1,051,880.00AnyaPetersonRoyce   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1984Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership685880366000685880362161.02

To support local, statewide, and regional humanities projects for the general public.

SO-20692-86Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilAn Elizabethan Kaleidoscope: Shakespeare's TEMPEST and the New World7/1/1986 - 6/30/1988$68,000.00AnyaPetersonRoyce   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1986Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership680000680000

To support, in cooperation with the Indianapolis Shakespeare Festival, pre-playChautauqua-style programs, reading and discussion programs, an 11-page tabloid,teacher workshops, and school assemblies in five Indiana towns on Shakespeare'sTHE TEMPEST, the Elizabethan Age, and Elizabethan views of the New World.

SO-20714-87Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1986 - 10/31/1989$545,048.00AnyaPetersonRoyce   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1986Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership365348179700365348178635.68

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20827-88Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1987 - 10/31/1990$546,113.00P. Donald Herring   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1987Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership366413179700366413176712.51

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20874-88Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilAlways a River: The Ohio River Valley and the American Experience7/1/1988 - 6/30/1990$25,000.00AnyaPetersonRoyce   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1988Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership250000250000

To support a regional (Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia) planning conference of scholars, librarians, and museum professionals to consider programming on the theme of the Ohio River's place in the region's history.

SO-20885-89Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1988 - 10/31/1991$600,113.00P. Donald Herring   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1988Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership415413184700415413184700

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20965-89Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilAlways A River: The Ohio River and the American Experience8/1/1989 - 12/31/1991$175,000.00P. Donald Herring   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1989Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership17500001750000

To support the efforts of six state councils to mount a traveling exhibition in1991 on the theme "Always a River." The exhibition and related programs will visit communities along the entire course of the Ohio River.

SO-20987-90Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1989 - 10/31/1992$634,376.00RobertL.Reid   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1989Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership449676184700449676184700

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21044-91Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1990 - 10/31/1993$625,915.00RobertL.Reid   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1990Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership441215184700441215184700

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21150-92Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1991 - 10/31/1994$640,176.00DavidH.Mills   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1991Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership473976166200473976166200

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21195-93Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1992 - 10/31/1997$1,800,300.00D. Reed Scism   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1992Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership14030003973001403000397300

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21413-96Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1995 - 10/31/2000$1,684,871.00RobertS.Kaspar   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1996Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership158527199600158527199600

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21600-99Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1998 - 10/31/2003$1,749,106.00RobertS.Kaspar   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA1998Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership166690682200166690682200

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21768-02Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2001 - 10/31/2006$1,849,636.00Larry Rowland   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2001Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership176913680500176913680500

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-253145-17Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2016 - 10/31/2021$2,684,700.00Chris Gahl   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2016History, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership265920025500265920025500

To support local humanities initiatives and state humanities council operations.

Indiana Humanities connects people, opens minds and enriches lives by creating and facilitating programs that encourage Hoosiers to think, read and talk. Indiana Humanities is a statewide nonprofit dedicated to promoting the public humanities as a grant-maker, a neutral convener, a facilitator, a program partner, and much more. In short, Indiana Humanities encourages Hoosiers to think, read and talk. How? By creating our own programs, such as ALL-IN, INconversation, Next Indiana, Novel Conversations and more; by providing grants for humanities programs throughout the state; and by providing a space - physically and digitally - for people to connect and converse.

SO-268694-20Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2019 - 10/31/2024$3,623,691.00Tiffany Tolbert   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2019History, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership357802345668357802330068

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

Indiana Humanities is a statewide nonprofit that encourages Hoosiers to think, read, and talk. We create our own programs (such as INconversations, Next Indiana Campfires, Chew on This, Novel Conversations, and more), award grants for humanities programs throughout the state, and provide a space--physically and digitally--for people to connect and converse.

SO-289872-23Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState or Jurisdictional Humanities Program11/1/2022 - 10/31/2027$2,532,949.00Tiffany Tolbert   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2022Literature, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership248224950700248224930427

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

With the General Operating Support Grant, Indiana Humanities brings the humanities to life through subawards and/or public programming in Indiana. The council tailors its subaward-making and public programs to the needs, resources, and interests of Indiana. In doing so, it delivers on its mission to connect people, open minds, and enrich lives by creating and facilitating programs that encourage Hoosiers to think, read, and talk.

SO-50076-05Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2004 - 10/31/2009$1,859,384.00Rosemary Dorsa   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2004Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership176658492800175728492100

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-50247-08Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2007 - 10/31/2012$2,113,850.00TerryW.Anker   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2007Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership203465079200202750079200

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-50416-11Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2010 - 10/31/2015$2,399,730.00TerryW.Anker   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2010Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership232903070700228184068400

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-50594-14Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2013 - 10/31/2018$3,252,350.00Elizabeth Bechdol   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2013Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership322575026600242733626600

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SSO-296482-23Federal/State Partnership: Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilUnited We Stand Supplements9/1/2023 - 10/31/2024$50,000.00Tiffany Tolbert   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2023 Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership500000500000

No project description available

SSO-296672-23Federal/State Partnership: Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsIndiana Humanities CouncilNational History Day supplement9/1/2023 - 2/28/2025$20,000.00Tiffany Tolbert   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2023 Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership200000200000

No project description available

ZSO-283178-21Federal/State Partnership: ARP (State councils)Indiana Humanities CouncilHumanities Councils American Rescue Plan funding6/15/2021 - 4/30/2023$1,019,060.00Tiffany Tolbert   Indiana Humanities CouncilIndianapolisIN46202-2419USA2021 ARP (State councils)Federal/State Partnership10190600995148.170

No project description available